A live album from Twisted Sister’s 1983 heydey, 'Live at the Marquee Club' is being released next month in a special die-cut package.

Rhino Handmade, a company famous for raiding the vaults and finding material that is out of print or never before released, has outdone themselves yet again with this future collectable.

Available on Sept. 20, this 13-track CD features rare and unreleased material recorded at London's Marquee club during the bands' legendary two-night stint in March of 1983.

Previously, songs from these shows were only available on 7” and 12” singles released in the UK at the time.

Now, Rhino has combined those tracks with five previously unreleased songs, including ‘Under The Blade' and the band's covers of ‘Leader Of The Pack' and ‘Let The Good Times Roll.'

You'll also be able to hear the first ever-live performance of future anthem ‘You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll’. Fans of Dee Snider’s banter can, of course, expect to hear the legendary frontman in fine form throughout the evening.

These Rhino Handmade editions are made in extremely limited quantities, and always aimed at the serious music fan. The packaging is as heavy duty as the band, and is die cut in the shape of the iconic Twisted Sister logo. For your chance to make this an even more special purchase, you can pre-order 'Live at the Marquee Club' before Sept. 18 for a chance to have your copy signed by Twisted Sister.